What's Up?Monday, January 03, 2011
It has never occurred to me that this African Violet, which normally flourishes white blooms, can put on a blueish shade. I'm not sure if this is due to the current cooler climate (cloudy and rainy) or is it due to the plant's state of health. So far, African Violets do not fair well in my garden - heat and white alphids problems kept bothering the plant.
My little bird plant is showing off its pretty blooms again. Next to it, I have planted another Pedilanthus, the Zig Zag plant.
They both blush in pink :-D
The Peace Lily took about a year to grow more corms and foliage to crowd the whole pot. Only recently the plant started to bloom...
I am so happy to have found this Begonia Angel Wing. Few months ago, I bought a rooted stem cutting from a nursery. Now I am happy to see the plant flowering!
Past few weeks I have been sowing some seeds. Sadly only the Balsam germinated. Nevertheless, I am now so looking forward to see these little plants flower in this new year.
The Chinese Hatplant in my garden meanwhile never fail to surprise me with its dainty blooms. I hope to see the plant fluorishing prolificly soon.
My red Amaryllis' third and fourth blooms from the same flower stalk has just spent. As I was snapping pics, I was surprised that it actually smelt quite sweet :-D